Before he wrote screenplays like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, All The President’s Men, The Princess Bride, and Marathon Man, William Goldman was a young cinephile sneaking into the Halcyon Theatre in the northern Chicago suburbs. His early 1980s memoir Adventures in the Screen Trade (punned from an unfinished Dylan Thomas novel) is a crafty tracking shot of how decades of Hollywood life turn innocence into knowledge. This is what a smart Hollywood dinner table sounds like. And we know who is sitting at that table.